Posted on February 4th, 2013 by Josh Matthews
Filed under: community, mozilla, Uncategorized
I was always intrigued by his posts in this vain – but I do not recall him ever revealing what he wrote. Are you planning to do so?
>I was always intrigued by his posts in this vain – but I do not recall him ever revealing what he wrote. Are you planning to do so?
My guess: If the prediction comes true you reveal the hash source.. if it doesn’t, you hope everyone forgets the whole thing
Further to the above comments: you should improve upon roc’s version by posting a date when you’ll reveal the text for each one. Otherwise a) it’s really irritating to everyone else ;-), and b) there’s no risk of confirmation bias, where you reveal the predictions you got right!
I was just thinking yesterday to write to him to ask if he’d do a write up on his hash-nuggets (including any messages he wouldn’t mind revealing today).
Bah. Post the weakly encrypted text itself, so in ~20 years it’ll be possible to recover the original message, given some determination. For anthropology.
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